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Behind the Bullet: .458 Lott

If you’re attracted to .45-caliber cartridges for dangerous-game hunting, the .458 Lott is a serious...

Behind the Bullet: .264 Winchester Magnum

Metric cartridges have traditionally struggled in America, but even in the 1950s, the engineers at...

Behind the Bullet: .348 Winchester

The .348 Winchester gives a good balance of striking energy and moderate recoil, and among...

Deer Hunting: Were the Good Old Days Really That Good?

Was Grandpa’s deer-hunting era better than what we have today? Contributor Philip Massaro investigates.

An Ode to the Ruger Model 77

What is it about the Ruger Model 77 that has been so appealing to hunters...

Case Study: Decades of Deer Cartridges

Deer rifles and the cartridges loaded in them have run the gamut the last 50...

History of the Hunting Rifle in America

The relationship that exists between hunting and firearms throughout history is in some ways more...

Top 5 American-Made Hunting Rifles

As we approach the anniversary of the announcement of our independence, and the greatest upset...

Behind the Bullet: 7x57mm Mauser

Few cartridges, in the history of modern firearms, have influenced our shooting world as much...

The Winchester Story

It was 150 years ago that the name “Winchester” was first stamped on a rifle....

A Century and a Half of Winchester Ammo

In this, its 150th year in business, the history of Winchester firearms is well known....

Winchester Ammo to Offer Custom Built Cartridge-Firearm Boards to Celebrate 150th Anniversary

As we've mentioned a few times before, 2016 marks the 150th Anniversary for the cumulative...

Winchester Repeating Arms to Display Historic Guns and More at SHOT Show 2016

In case you hadn't heard, the Winchester brand as a whole is celebrating 150 years...

First Look: M40-66

The M40 stands as one of this nation’s most iconic rifles. To honor the service...

Light Is Right

Here’s why lightweight, fast-moving steel waterfowl loads are preferable to heavier, slow-advancing ones.

A History of Weatherby: ‘Tomorrow’s Rifles Today’

Roy Weatherby’s pursuit of hyper-velocity in elegant rifles sealed his slogan. Weatherby rifles shot flat...

2015's Top Compound Bows

Whether you’re after blazing speed or sheer forgiveness, the New Year is off to a...

Deer Rifles

I’m just guessing, mind you, but I believe the first American deer rifle was the...

Nebraska Whitetails Rising

Nebraska uses the whitetail deer as a state symbol for good reason, as the author...

The Good Old Days?

When I was young (how I regret that phrase), the old guys used to bore...
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